1 Undershaft Skyscraper London by Eric Parry

1 Undershaft Tower London, Eric Parry Skyscraper

Design: Eric Parry Architects
Planning submission made for this 73-storey skyscraper. Nicknamed ‘The Trellis’ could become London’s second tallest building, dwarfing the Gherkin and almost matching The Shard.


Published by in London
updated on February 8, 2016
London City Island Apartments

London City Island Apartments

Design: Glenn Howells Architects

EcoWorld Ballymore, one of London’s most prominent property developers, launches new units within its 12 acre island development set on the Leamouth Peninsula.


Published by in London
updated on February 8, 2016
Venice Biennale Architecture

Venice Architecture Tours: Walking Guide

Famous Venetian buildings include St Mark’s Basilica on Piazza San Marco, La Fenice (opera house), the Doge’s Palace, Ca’ d’Oro plus the less well known Ca’ Pesaro and Ca’ Rezzonico.

Tainan earthquake building destruction

Tainan Earthquake Building Destruction, Taiwan

Investigation into construction of the 17-storey Weiguan Jinlong building launched. The magnitude 6.4 earthquake toppled buildings in the south Taiwanese city of Tainan, killing many people.


Published by in Taiwan
updated on February 8, 2016
Garden Bridge across the River Thames

Garden Bridge across the River Thames

London Garden Bridge funding news
Controversial Thomas Heatherwick designed Garden Bridge update: U-turn from Labour mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan: “I fully support Garden Bridge but procurement process worries me”.


Published by in London
updated on February 8, 2016
Boulevard Morland Paris Building

Boulevard Morland Paris Building

Following a three-phase competitive process, David Chipperfield Architects with Paris-based developer Emerige has won the Call for Projects to redevelop the Boulevard Morland site in the 4th arrondissement.


Published by in Paris
updated on February 8, 2016
Architect Nathan Rich

Peterson Rich Office Architects: P.R.O.

Peterson Rich Office Architects news
The Jong Oh exhibition at Marc Straus Gallery extended until February 26. Architect Nathan Rich and Marc Straus Gallery Director Ken Tan will discuss the reciprocal relationship between minimalism in sculpture and architecture.

RIBA Building

RIBA HQ at 66 Portland Place: Future

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has launched an open consultation on the future use of its landmark Art Deco HQ building in central London. The first part of the consultation strategy is an online survey.


Published by in London
updated on February 8, 2016
New Norton Museum of Art Building

New Norton Museum of Art Building

Design: Foster + Partners, Architects

Expansion increases exhibition space, adds new Indoor and outdoor spaces, and a “Museum in a Garden”: transformational expansion project with ceremonial groundbreaking on February 6.


Published by in Miami
updated on February 8, 2016
Liget Budapest Project

Museum of Ethnography Design Competition

The list of architect offices participating in the international design competition announced for the Museum of Ethnography is now finalised: fifteen architects offices.